The City of Hoboken is dedicated to keeping its citizens updated about projects and initiatives that are occurring around the city. We look forward to sharing project progress as we continue to transform the city's infrastructure. For more information about a specific project, please select from the list below.
The City of Hoboken is evaluating options for the future re-use of the site of the Marshall Street Substation.
Friends of Church Square Park partners with the City of Hoboken to enhance quality of life in Church Square Park
Friends of Elysian Park partners with the City of Hoboken to enhance quality of life in Elysian Park
Over 15 blocks, 7,000+ linear feet of Hoboken's oldest water mains were replaced in first phase of water main replacements
This page offers important information about rules and regulations for e-scooter use and the pilot e-scooter sharing program in Hoboken.
Partnership with NHSA to mitigate rainfall flooding and upgrade water mains in the area of 9th & Madison Streets.
Madison Street Park is the only park located in the 3rd Ward and is used heavily by residents.
Hoboken will help mitigate climate change by lowering the City’s greenhouse gas emissions.
Learn more about how Hoboken is working to make streets sharable for cars, bikes, and pedestrians.
Learn about Hoboken's energy efficiency upgrades in the city's parks and municipal buildings and how to upgrade your residence or business.
Resist, Delay, Store, Discharge is a four-part comprehensive water management strategy to make Hoboken more resilient to flooding
Traffic circulation and safety improvements planned for Southwest Hoboken.
Safety improvements for all users along Newark Street between Willow Avenue and Jefferson Street.
5+ acres of passive and active recreation space that will manage up to 2 million gallons of stormwater to mitigate flooding.
2 acres of open space and public gymnasium that manage 470,000+ gallons of stormwater to mitigate flooding.
1 acre of open space and dog run that manages 200,000 gallons of stormwater to mitigate flooding.
Learn about the Hoboken Terminal & Rail Yard Redevelopment Plan